The search history, drafted tweets, blocks, and mutes of former President Donald Trump were all part of the extensive search warrant for information pertaining to Trump’s Twitter account.
Substantially redacted court documents reveal that the special counsel also requested a log of all devices used to access the account as well as details regarding users’ interactions with Trump, the New York Post reported.
In response to a lawsuit filed by media organizations seeking transparency regarding the special counsel’s investigation into the events leading up to the riot at the US Capitol on January 6, 2021, the Justice Department on Monday released a number of documents, including a search warrant that had been issued in January against the company presently known as X.
The documents provide insight into the reasons for the warrant’s issuance against Elon Musk’s social media company.
At first, they were fined $350,000 for being late with compliance. The search warrant is heavily redacted on eight out of fourteen pages.
On the visible pages, Smith requests data pertaining to almost every possible aspect of the 77-year-old ex-president’s Twitter account. This includes, but is not limited to, “all advertising information… and ad topic preferences,” all